A Long Story With A Moral Lesson Essays and Term Papers

  • Story Mapping

    15, 2013 How my Brother Leon brought Home a Wife By Manuel E. Arguilla I- Setting * Time: It happened in daytime. * Place: The story took place in the field and Leon’s house. II – Characters * Protagonist: Leon, Noel and Maria * Antagonist: Baldo III – Plot ...

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  • Forest Gump

    he will a good example of person but you make the best of it and go on. Simple philosophy that you will find in any religion or set of beliefs. MORAL LESSON: Being your best is very complicated.  It is about becoming more effective and taking responsibility. It is about making do with what you have...

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  • Chaucer

    Canterbury Tales when he was about 40 years old, but sadly did not finish it. The Canterbury Tales tells a story about 30 people on a pilgrimage. Along this pilgrimage they amuse themselves by telling stories to one another. Chaucher the “Father of English Literature” is known as one of the greatest English...

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  • Significance in Storytelling in the Odyssey

    entertainment. Men, woman, and children would listen to these stories with attentiveness and would then share them throughout their lives. These stories were told in many ways such as in poems, songs, and tales. If not for storytelling in the Odyssey, the story of Odysseus would be a lot shorter, as well as insignificant...

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  • Discontented King

    “The Discontented King” “The Discontented King” was written by John Gruelle and is part of Raggedy Anns’ Fairy Stories which was written in 1928. This story is about a King who had everything he could ever imagine. In fact, he had so much that he had to ask his Wise Men to think of new things for...

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  • Rescue of Susanna

    The Rescue of Susanna In the story of Susanna in the New Testament of the Bible many valuable lessons are learned. The story begins by describing the wife of a man named Joakim, the beautiful Susanna. She had been taught according to the law of Moses and was very righteous....

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  • 6 lessons of life

    SIX LESSONS OF LIFE Lesson 1: Naked Wife A man is getting into the shower just as his wife is finishing up her shower when the doorbell rings. The wife quickly wraps herself in a towel and runs downstairs. When she opens the door, there stands Bob, the next door neighbor. Before she says a word...

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  • fables

    Meek in Carter, p. 146 Fables are short stories that have an abstract moral lesson, fables consist on talking animals which have human like qualities while others consist of only humans or both in a story. Fables impart moral values and life skills which are indeed valuable to...

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  • Art assignment

    Stories have been used for a long time to entertain, teach, and even help some learn lessons about life. A long time ago there were people known as story tellers who specialized in communicating these stories. These story tellers even in ancient times were highly regarded and trusted. They were able...

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  • Obsession of Perfection

    intrinsic trait of human nature and science has been a mean to achieve it. This statement brings us to the main idea of Hawthorne's short story "The Birth-mark." It shows the story of a scientist who is obsessed with the removal of his wife's birthmark, considering it a symbol of her human imperfection. "The...

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  • Mr. Mcawesome

    Dalia Shair 11/27/11 The Story of Ahl Al-Kahf People: Identify the people in the story. Verses 9 – 26 of the chapter tell the story of the People of the Cave (Ashabu Al-Kahf). Some number of young monotheistic men lived in a time where they were persecuted. They fled the city together, and...

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  • "Thank You Ma'M" Analysis

    Critical Analysis: Thank you Ma’m ‘Thank you Ma’m’ is a short story written by a male African-American writer, Langston Hughes, around 1930’s where the racism was a big issue in the U.S. society. The story talks about an unexpected meeting between Mrs. Luella Jones Bates Washington Jones, a tough...

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  • Outline

    have not. The Popularity of To Kill a Mockingbird and The Civil Rights Movement The popularity of the novel cannot be denied. The story itself is a remarkable story worth telling. But why did it strike such a chord with the American public immediately upon its release? To Kill a Mockingbird was...

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  • The Tortoise and the Hare

    The Tortoise and the Hare Everyone knows the story of the tortoise and the hare. For it has been told for many years. In “The Tortoise and the Hare”, the hare mocks the slow-moving tortoise or turtle for being a slow-moving turtle so to speak. The tortoise takes on the challenge of racing the hare...

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  • Great Expectation

    literary work. Ambition and Self-Improvement The moral theme of Great Expectations is quite simple: affection, loyalty, and conscience are more important than social advancement, wealth, and class. Dickens establishes the theme and shows Pip learning this lesson, largely by exploring ideas of ambition and...

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  • Quotes for Sucess

    the latter?" "To be kind is more important than to be right. Often people need a patient heart that listens, not a brilliant mind that speaks." Lesson 1: Naked Wife A man is getting into the shower just as his wife is finishing up her shower when the doorbell rings. The wife quickly wraps herself...

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  • Fables

    out that one could gossip about anybody – as long as they change their name to something like “Mouse” or “Donkey” or “Lion” first. The stories created usually took from the experience of life and were told to children to teach morals. However, when the story is finished, what does fable really mean? ...

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  • Moral Lesson

    words, prove that there is a moral lesson implied in the novel “The picture of Dorian Gray” Oscar Wilde is one of the greatest literary showmen of the English nineteenth century. Of all his works, his only novel “…” is considered his masterpiece. In this novel, a moral lesson can be implied: Corruption...

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  • Fables, Parables, and Tales

    and Tales Fiction as defined in our textbook is a name for stories not entirely factual, but at least partially shaped, made-up, or imagined. Fiction stories can sometimes take the mind to places that are far away from reality, but add a lesson that aids in real-life application. In this essay I will discuss...

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  • Jack and the Beanstalk Annlysis

    Beanstalk” is a fairy tale designed to entertain children and teach them a moral story that they can relate to while growing up. I believe this story teaches children appropriate moral lessons and inappropriate ones. An appropriate lesson being not to be greedy and be pleased with what you have, and the inappropriate...

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